Are you looking for caravans for sale at Haggerston Castle?
Read on to learn more about buying a caravan at this Haven-owned holiday park in Northumberland.
In a rush? Download a brochure or arrange a park visit to learn more about Haggerston Castle holiday home ownership.
About Haggerston Castle Holiday Park
Haggerston Castle Holiday Park, located in the picturesque region of Northumberland, offers a perfect escape for those seeking tranquillity combined with entertainment.
The park boasts a range of facilities, including an exclusive owner lounge, gym, and sauna. The park has a real community atmosphere.
There are currently new pitch developments in the park, and new facilities and activities are being added.
The modern conveniences and unparalleled natural beauty make Haggerston Castle a top choice for potential caravan owners.
Where Is Haggerston Castle?
Haggerston Castle is near Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland (postcode TD15 2PA).
The region offers peaceful lakes, vast countryside, and historical significance.
Its proximity to Berwick-upon-Tweed ensures that it’s easily accessible while still being in a peaceful location.
When Is Haggerston Castle’s Season?
Haggerston Castle’s season runs from March until November.
- March 10, 2023 – November 6, 2023
Cost of Buying At Haggerston Castle
The prices below are just to be used as a guide and are correct at the time of writing. For the latest prices, contact Haven directly to download a brochure or arrange a park visit.
New and Used Caravan Prices
Haggerston Castle has many caravans to cater to everyone’s needs.
For those looking for brand-new holiday homes, prices start from £34,995. Those venturing into caravan ownership for the first time might find incredible value in used caravans starting at £18,704.
For a touch of luxury, the spacious and intricately designed lodges start from £57,682.
Site Fees At Haggerston Castle
Exclusive access to Haggerston Castle includes site fees starting from £5,870 a year. This covers your pitch, park facilities, maintenance, landscaping, and security.
Running costs to maintain your holiday home, including utilities and insurance, start from £2,134 annually.
Lodges and Caravans For Sale At Haggerston Castle
From compact 4-berth caravans suitable for couples to expansive 8-berth options for larger families, Haggerston Castle offers a variety of sizes and styles. Each one promises quality, comfort, and a perfect holiday experience.
Head to the Haggerston Castle page to view:
- Used static caravans for sale
- New static caravans for sale
- Lodges for sale
- Arrange a park visit or download a brochure
Facilities and Activities at Haggerston Castle
Within its scenic grounds, guests are greeted by the mesmerising seven lakes reflecting Northumberland’s natural beauty.
The newly launched Spotlight venue guarantees lively nightly entertainment during peak season.
Golf enthusiasts will find solace in Haggerston Castle’s nine-hole golf course. And for those who prefer indoor entertainment can head to the Tower Bar.
Kids and the young at heart can get their adrenaline fix at the NERF Training Camp. And for the tiniest of thrill-seekers, a mini aerial adventure awaits, offering a delightful ropes course for those as young as two.
Food options include Chopstix, serving Asian food, or enjoying something from Cook’s Fish & Chips.
Ownership Benefits At Haggerston Castle
Ownership at Haggerston Castle brings numerous exclusive privileges. Enjoy owner-only amenities such as the sauna, lounge, and gym.
Plus, there are dedicated events for owners, from the Summer Spectacular to the end-of-season party, ensuring a close-knit community feeling.
Can You Let Out A Caravan At Haggerston Castle?
Yes, you can earn an income as an owner by letting out your caravan through Haven, offering flexibility and potential revenue. For more details, download their brochure here.
Things To Do Near Haggerston Castle
Outside the park, the surrounding area boasts plenty of things to do near Haggerston Castle.
A stone’s throw away is the iconic Alnwick Castle, a Grade-I listed marvel and the backdrop to some of the most magical scenes in the Harry Potter films.
For those wanting to experience ancient civilisations, a trek along Hadrian’s Wall, the historic barrier between England and Scotland, offers a step back in time.
The coastline nearby showcases the beauty of nature and history combined. Spittal Beach beckons with its sandy shores, perfect for water sports and leisurely strolls, while the towering Bamburgh Castle stands guard over its beach, a sentinel that has watched over the coast for centuries.
Further off the coast, the Farne Islands invite explorers to embark on boat trips, offering a chance to dance with the waves and witness nature in its purest form.
Being a part of the Haven family guarantees an unmatched holiday home experience.